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Helpful votes received on reviews: 91% (30 of 33)
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Top Reviewer Ranking: 200,267 - Total Helpful Votes: 30 of 33
OFonix Large Universal Capacitive Touchscreen Styl&hellip by Ebuster
The LG L3 is one of the smallest smartphones on the market. Great for carrying in your pocket but not so great if (like me) you don't have small fingertips. Oftentimes when texting i'd tap the wrong key (next to the right one). So this stylus is ideal, it has a soft rubber tip so you can't damage the screen. And it's cheap ... or it was when i bought it!
GadgetpoolUK IDE to SATA or SATA to IDE Bi-Directi&hellip by SWT
I would have given this 5 stars for value but for the trouble i had getting it to work. Here's the problem: There was no instruction guide.

I needed to connect an old DVD writer to a SATA motherboard. Eventually got it to work by connecting SATA cable to the converter's middle socket, then switching the jumpers at the back of my DVDR (which i don't know much difference that made since it might have been my OS not initially recognising it).

Anyway, glad of the advice from others on this site and hope this will be useful.
NOD by Adrian Barnes
NOD by Adrian Barnes
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Imagine a world where most of the population was unable to sleep, and you were one of the few adults who could. This is the story of NOD.

Paul, an etymologist and misanthrope, charts the disintegration of society in Vancouver. He witnesses at close hand his wife deteriorate through a shared mysterious insomniac condition. Some of the descriptions are graphic to the point that made me want to skip over them. But I'm glad I didn't. Through his protagonist Paul, Adrian Barnes shines a harsh light and focuses powerful lens on the subjects of his journal - and doesn't turn away, even though the reader may want to at times.

This book is densely written in a way you would… Read more